Bella once again finds herself surrounded by danger as Seattle is ravaged by a string of mysterious killings and a malicious vampire continues her quest for revenge. In the midst of it all, she is forced to choose between her love for Edward and her friendship with Jacob, knowing that her decision has the potential to ignite the ageless struggle between vampire and werewolf. With her graduation quickly approaching, Bella is confronted with the most important decision of her life.
This twilight movie sucked major, and i mean MAJOR. I can see how people say "Oh it was so much better than new moon and the origional!" THATS BECAUSE THE FIRST ONES SUCKED TOO. Do not waste your money on this, Kristen stewart plays a depressed emo who cant act. I loved the twilight books, but eclispe was a HUGE dissapointment!!! The director didnt even read the books and neither did Kristen Stewrat or robert pattinson. they didnt include anything from the books and it was COMPLETELY unrealistic. I know its a vampire movie but come on! i want to at least *believe* the vampires and warewolves are real. Horrible horrbile acting and it was boring. Too much worthless monolouge and not enough action. BAD MOVIE!!!
First of all I do not like Twilight its for 12 year old girls and fat lonely housewives. I can understand how a lot of teenage girls can relate to Bella because she's a bland pessemist who has nothing going on for her. Well alot of people can relate to that but, really? Who gives a flying flop? Also I hate the the whole Edward vs Jacob fanbase crap. Everyone knew she would choose Edward and she did(surprise!) THATS WHAT THE WHOLE SECOND MOVIE WAS ABOUT! People were saying that the sequels were gonna have great action sequences but they were LAME! Just a bunch of pissed off models power walking in CGI.
My girlfriend liked Twilight but that's forgivable because I love her and I think she realized that it's kinda stinky after she read Stephen King's The Dark Tower series(best story ever!)
Lets's just cut to the chase here (and I appreciate the time you've spent reading this review.) I think that Bella is way too dependent on relationships with supernatural beings who are completely wrong for her(and I dont see what they see in her anyway)(satan and Sadam also come to mind) She should just choose neither of them and just focus on trying to love herself and be a more three-dimensional character with some redeeming quality(pisses me off when there's no redeeming quality in a story)
Anyway I don't like this story and I'm sorry if I pissed you off.
Also stop calling it a saga.
I have read all of the books twice over, and am in love with the story line of the twilight saga. Eclipse was a little weird for me. As a fan of the books, I always feel like they should put in all of those little details, because the movie will be as much as we expect, and although it might be long, for those people who haven't read the books, things will make so much more since. I feel like there was so much left out, about Bella and Jacobs back and forth friendship/relationship, the history of the tribe, the amount of time Bella spent with Jacob and Alice, so much that you just don't see in this movie. It mostly focused on the "love triangle" between Bella Jacob and Edward. It was pretty slow moving and the climax of the movie was there and gone before you even realize it. It deemphisized the battle so much that it barely stood out as the major focus of the movie, which it was a major focus in the book. I still loved the movie, and will always want to see more of them, I just think if they waited a few more months instead of rushing to put the next movie out, they could have put more attention to detail. Also, Bryce Dallas Howard just didn't cut it for me. I don't see why they replaced the old Victoria, because she fit the character so much better than Bryce does.
If you love the first two, I wouldn't hold back on seeing it, because you will want to keep up with the story and it was good. Just be prepared that it will be more slow moving and romantic, and not nearly as action packed and exciting as the previews have made it out to be.
I Love all the books and read them within a couple days, but eclipse, eclipsed the books for me.
I did not like the way the movie flowed, actually it did not flow well at all. I felt they could of spend an extra 10 minutes on film to make the transitions from scene to scene better. Overall I was disappointed in the final product.
I sure hope they do a better job on Breaking Dawn.
the main theme of todays Vampire/Werewolves movies is: how they are attempting to establish themselves as a surviving race among mortal humans. that historically has been the main plot.
but this movie goes way away from that and is actually just a soap opera like one life to live or something. instead of battling for a purpose, the conflict is actually over a girl; (even two men shouldn't fight over that), which greatly diminishes the significance of the fantasy. the Werewolves join the Vampires and risk their lives for one single girl who's with a Vampire. which is completely inconceivable.it appears the objective of the director is to portray the youthfulness of the charactors. the plot was meaningless and lacked intellect. the most disappointing thing was that there was only one actual fight or battle in the entire movie and that was in the end. just a poor movie
I am a true twi-hard and I have read the books MANY times. This movie left out so many important pieces and added pieces that upset me as a true fan.
It seemed a bit choppy in places and was a big let down to those who know the Eclipse story line. The effects were great, the humor aligned with new moon, and the characters were not compromised- but the story line....
The break up scene between Bella and Jacob was ruined. Where was the "kidnapping" scene with Alice and Bella? Great lines from characters were left out, i.e. "They've been holding out on us." or added, "You're dead!" Not to mention many more. And the ending.....ugh....it was not in the book at all.
True twi-hards will love to see their characters back, but dislike the deviation from the book. New fans may get lost in the movie or love it because they don't know the book.
Let's hold our breath for Breaking Dawn.